Dog the Bounty Hunter (2003–2012)

TV Series   |    |  Adventure, Crime, Reality-TV


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This series follows the exploits of real-life bounty hunter "Dog" Chapman and his family chasing down actual fugitives in the Hawaiian Islands. It grew out of an episode of A&E's "Take This... See full summary »


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29 May 2006 | cadams1992
White Trash TV
This show is like watching a train wreck. One thing I find interesting is the people who actually admire Duane Dog Chapman seem to conveniently forget that he is a convicted murderer. Most of the people he goes after are just petty thieves, drug users, and people who messed up their lives. Mr Chapman is worse than the people he goes after. He also claims to be the best bounty hunter in the world. If that is the case, why doesn't he go after the number one criminal ,Osama Bin Laden? Instead he and the A& E camera crew go after small time losers. As for his 900 lb sidekick, Beth. I really can't imagine someone can be that ignorant and trashy. I sort of think it is some sort of act. Even trailer trash have their nondemanding standards.

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